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Nov 4, 2012 9:00am EST
with the president and the major of new york city, that i think, an iconic figure did more for him. lot of republicans out there that are thinking, wow, did you really have to go that far? >> what's interesting about this bipartisan business, at the same time, that the candidates are closing with this and thinking that this is the way to appeal to the american people and americans say they are for this. more people identify as independents than ever before. we have this polar rising electorate. what does the country really want? >> not only that, you have the congress increasingly behaving, the highest line of party-line voting. if you look at the polls, george, this week, this month in the key senate races at least 80% of the people voting for obama and democrat for senate. it's up to 90% correlation in virginia, ohio, wisconsin. so, enormous pressure on members to stand with or against the president. >> i want to talk about what that means for whoever gets elected. we have an election two days away. let's start with ohio and donna brazile, i'll come to you on this. 11 out of the last
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